The Big Ticket tournament finals comes to Abbotsford Senior on Nov. 28 and 29. (Submitted)

Abbotsford Senior hosting Big Ticket tournament finals

Basketball tournament featuring 64 high school teams starts next week

The Big Ticket champion will be crowned in Abbotsford on Nov. 29.

Front Court Events recently revealed plans for its 2019 tournament featuring 64 boys and girls senior and junior teams.

The junior girls tournament has both the Abbotsford Panthers, MEI Eagles and Yale Lions competing, with some of the games occurring at MEI. A total of 20 teams are in the junior girls bracket.

Junior boys action sees the Panthers, Eagles and Rick Hansen Hurricanes entered. There are 28 teams competing in the bracket.

Senior girls action has the Lions, Panthers and W.J. Mouat Hawks battling it out, with some opening round games at Abbotsford Senior. A total of 24 teams compete in the bracket.

Senior boys includes the Abbotsford Traditional Titans, the Lions, Panthers and Hurricanes, with some opening round games at Abbotsford Senior. The senior boys tournament features 32 teams in total.

The final four for each division will occur at Abbotsford Senior, with semifinals on Nov. 28 and the finals on Nov. 29.

FCE also hosted the recent BBall National event in Langley in the summer, and the West Coast Invitatiional, which occurs in May.

For more information on the tournament, visit

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